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with a load of my merchandise. i can't depend on shipments anymore. -gentlemen, in sorrento city last week, i learned on good authority that the railroad will soon be extending to gunsight and connect up with the stage coach line. -well, that means this whole community is destined for a big boom. obviously, somebody has been tipped off that the transportation business is going to prosper. so they've been trying to put mr. conway out of business for their own purposes. -maybe that's it. well, i can't hold out much longer. they're stealing my horses and destroying my stages quicker than i can replace them. well, apparently these fellows operate from a secret hide-out. they get tips on the stage schedules, move in, do the job, and disappear. i'd give six months pay to find out where they go. well, sheriff, tonto and i will do all we can. suppose you tell me where you've been searching so we won't lose any time or effort. i can show you on the map. -i can't thank you enough for coming here to help us out. no thanks necessary, mr. conway. tonto and i want to see law and order restored t
. doesn't feel like the city, but it's close enough. >> we've worked together for a long time. it's fun to have a sandwich that brings a little of both of us. >> i'll be back. >> the tradition of food has always been the way people connect. it doesn't stand more true than in new orleans whether visitor or local, you feel at home with every bite. >> delicious food. >> great desserts. >> one of the best places i've been to. >> don't be fooled all this is also happening in d.c. >> very different. >> very delicious. >> i'm going to come here as much as i can. >> i lived in new orleans. the food here takes me back home >> boy yew bakery is a casual, counter-service bakery we do focus on baked goods but have a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner savory menu >> david started as a pastry chef for some of the city's best after 15 years, the louisiana bayou still reigns as home sweet home he decided to fill the void of food, culture, and music and bring it to the city that needed that nola soul >> it feel like it speaks to me on a daily basis i know it's something i'll never get tired of the food i
conference in kansas city, where the best of the best come to compete and learn about the newest construction tools and technologies. >> these guys have zero mercy, and they'll tell you exactly what they think about a tool, so let's see how versacut did. [whirring, ♪...] >> wow, that's a fantastic tool. it's nice and light. >> man 2: i've never used anything like this. it's really new, it's different. i like it. it's a new idea. >> man 3: this is nice and compact for detailed work, so i think that's a big advantage. homeowners could use it. professionals could use it. i can see tile setters using it, a lot of flooring people. >> i like that. i like that a lot. whether it's a homeowner, a contractor, a d.i.y.-er, lots of people could use the versacut. even i could use the versacut. >> i like the size of the blade. it's something that's lightweight and easy to use, but yet it's got the power of a bigger tool. i think i'm going to ask my wife to get me one for christmas. >> jennifer: just like the guys out in kansas city, when you pick up a versacut, you'll see how much easier it'll make your
finished high school and moved on. ryan to college in kansas city, chuck to a somewhat life of booze and drugs in columbia. but by then the two had long since drifted apart. and anyway, said ryan, chuck was never really part of his group of friends in the first place. >> you could say that he was definitely on the outside looking in. he was just doing things that our group didn't really get into, you know, causing problems, more or less. >> reporter: and then two years after the murder, he ran into chuck at a new year's eve party. and chuck asked him a very odd question. >> he says, hey, man. you remember hanging out on halloween a couple years back going to the club? yeah. he says, do you know if i had anything to do with that crime that was committed against this guy who was killed? and at that point, you know, i'm kind of freaked out. it's night. i'm outside. it's past midnight. and this guy was talking about do i know if he's involved in a murder? >> reporter: it had to be chuck's idea of a morbid joke, ryan decided, but it wasn't. and of course, ryan couldn't know that chuck was
school, jimmy seemed to have it all as a big fish in the river city of kankak kankakee, illinois, a blue collar town south of chicago. >> i was the star player. i was captain every year that i played. >> jimmy grew up in the shadow of his father, big jim, who was a cop and hero to his young son. >> he was my best friend. he was the backbone of pretty much everything i did. >> but he would be put into peril from a terrible choice he made. as a teenager, he began selling drugs. he started small, peddling bags of marijuana. then he expanded to to contaico went to chicago. he was now a big fish in a big pond. lake michigan, to be exact. he was his own "in" crowd. fast women, fast cars and souped-up living. >> all the owners i was in tight with. i would go there and have carte blanche everywhere i went. >> did your pop know? did he suspect? >> he didn't suspect until much, much later. >> it would be a rude awakening for both his dad and jimmy that day in 1996 when jimmy was just relaxing in one of his chicago homes. >> all of a sudden, ka boom, the whole door came blowing off the hinges and c
other teams around this city. there's something i want to talk about first. to play basketball on my team, you got to be clean. not under your arms. people tell you dope will help you play better. they're lying. to get better, you must be clear-headed. dope shuts part of you down. when them punk dealers come around, tell them this turf's off-limits to drugs. ok? ok. ok. one, two, three, clean. clean! clean! all right! you make a great coach. uh-huh. you motivate those kids. you should think about coaching as a profession. i need a degree. i'm a long ways from that. julie tells me you learn pretty fast. oh, she did? mm-hmm. she did. if you could save one life. nice shot, brother. i told you, i ain't your brother. that's right, you did. you could be great. you'll let me play on your team? no. our team's clean. no drugs. i just took drugs once. don't jive me. i live here. i'll stop if you let me play. stop for yourself. why do that crap anyway? you're an athlete. you got gifts. you got brains. you go to school? school's for the brainy ones like you. like me, huh? can you read? yeah, sur
in new york city, is almost like, she's more powerful, she's more sleek, she's fashion forward, she's sophisticated. - their full-bodied, ultra glam, hot-rolled curls sparked a revolution. - because of these shows, like "the bionic woman" and "charlie's angels," i knew how to use curlers, every kind of them. the foam curlers, the ones you plug in and they wrap around, the velcro rollers. i knew how to use all of those by fifth grade. - speaking of angels, on "highway to heaven," michael landon played one. - my pleasure! - he was on a mission from god, and with his trusted sidekick, traveled from town to town to help the lost find their way back to the "highway to heaven." so, naturally, he needed a hair halo. - now, michael landon had what i would call, like, a sex helmet. like, i would liken his hair to that, 'cause it's like, it didn't-didn't really move. it was just, there was so much hair, you know? it was like 90% of his whole body was hair, right? - you can't talk tv hair without a nod, or a bark... [barks] to lassie. the courageous collie spent every waking minute saving her
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